Below is a fun map and infographic from the folks at College Raptor.
1) The state with the senators who went to the best schools? Minnesota. And Wisconsin needed to send one of its senators to get educated in Minnesota. Take that, Bucky.*
2) Not as many Ivy Leaguers as you might think — only 18 percent.
3) About six in 10 senators went to college in-state.
(Note: The map includes only where senators obtained undergraduate degrees from. Two senators -- John Boozman of Arkansas and Rand Paul of Kentucky -- never completed their undergraduate degrees, but do have advanced degrees.)
* Potential bias involved
Corrections: College Raptor's map originally had Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) as a University of Maryland graduate, when he graduated from the University of Maryland University College. It also had one of Oregon's senators graduating from the University of California; both graduated from Stanford University. Finally, an errant Georgetown "G" was briefly placed over Sen. Mark Warner's (D-Va.) alma mater, George Washington University. These errors have been fixed in the above graphic.